Elizabeth + Joshua
I'm truly honored to be a part of each and every bride's big day. I absolutely love it and can't get enough of it. I get to be a part of the family and to make this day as unforgettable and stress free as possible.
So, when my own sister, the beautiful Elizabeth Tabet, got engaged to a hysterical southern gentleman, Joshua Westbrook, ideas started brewing in my head non stop. Starting the planning process, I began asking my sister the normal questions I do for every special bride I have. But, her answers were a lot different than most. Routinely she would answer, "Oh Sissy, I don't know, what do you think? You do this all the time". Thus, began the process of a surprise reception. No, this is not normal and it's not even what I expected to happen. It just kind of snowballed into a surprise. Don't get me wrong, we had talked about the colors and the overall feel of her wedding (not to mention my sister and I are best friends and I know her pretty well), so I felt comfortable taking the reins and moving forward.
Elizabeth and Josh wanted an intimate and romantic wedding filled with personal touches. She really liked blush tone pinks with gold and ivory accents. So, I took what I know so well about my sister and created her dream wedding. Take a look and enjoy!
A big thank you to all the wonderful industry vendors that became an extended part of our family: Michelle Peyronet with Peyronet Photography, Ceremony: Bella Donna Chapel, Reception: Gather in McKinney, Anita with Elan Makeup, Megan & Rachel with Gold Dust Vintage, Austin Walton Productions, Serenata Strings, Greg Michaels with Randal Stout Entertainment, Fancy Cakes by Lauren, Beyond Lighting, Tart Bakery, La Tavola Linens, Celebrations Event Rental, Romantic Remembrances, Grand Hotel McKinney for room block, and Pastor Tim Booth